A Description of a New Chart of History; Containing a View of the Principal Revolutions of Empire That Have Taken Place in the World. by Joseph Prie

A Description of a New Chart of History; Containing a View of the Principal Revolutions of Empire That Have Taken Place in the World. by Joseph Prie

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. 1786 edition.: ... tribe was Burgo Khan, who was (lain by Shah Bakht, upon which the Usbeks quitted their antient habitation, and conquered this country. Turkestan. THIS country was inhabited by the Turks from the earliest antiquity. In 894 it was over-run by Ismael Al Sammani. How long the conquest was. retained is not certain, but we find the khans of Turkestan making some figure in 1141, when they were conquered by Gurkhan, prince of the Karakitayn Turks, who came from the borders of China. In 1216 Turkestan was conquered by Jenghis Khan, and asterwards underwent, for the most part, the revolutions of Karafra. Indostan. OF the ancient history of this country little is known that can be depended on. In 1001 Mahmud Gazni made considerable conquests in it; in 1222 Jenghis Khan conquered Candahar and Multan, the western provinces of it 5 and in 1383 Timur Bek conquered conquered Candahar. In. 1396 he invaded the rest of India, and in 1399 he entered Delhi the capital of it, conquering the remains of Mahmud Gazni's empire. From the conquests of Timur Bek to 1526, the Indians seemed to have acknowledged some dependence on the eldest branch of his family, reigning in Buccharia; but notwithstanding this, when Sultan Babr was expelled from Buccharia by the Usbeks, he was obliged to sight his way into India, where he sirmly established Mmself in. 1530, and conquered the whole of it, except Decan, Guzerat, and Bengal. In 1538 Bengal was conquered by the Great Moguls (as the reigning princes of this family were then called) and about 1558 Guzerat was conquered by Akbar, who also conquered Candahar, which had become independent. In 1621 Shah Abbas of Persia conquered Candahar. In 1687 Golkonda and Visapour were conquered by the Moguls. The latter of these states was founded by Adel Shah, of the Patan race, in 1530. Nadir Shah of Pers1a ravaged Indostan in 1738; and kept Gazna, Candahar, and some other places in that neighbourhood. Tartary. NOTHING is known...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
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  • English, Latin
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  • 1236631862
  • 9781236631862